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How do you aim?
Sweden MJeyy 
I currently use 2.25 sens with 400 dpi, and I have trouble having the mouse at the middle of the mousepad at all times, I use a Zowie FK1 and a XTRFY XGP1 large mousepad. The problem is when turning right, I either have to lift the mouse (making me way more inaccurate) Or when I just slide to the right my mouse tends to go more downwards. How do you do?
2018-10-14 13:38
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Sweden MJeyy 
Like I dont understand how you reset like this: youtube.com/watch?v=PLvBQx1g1qA
2018-10-14 13:38
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Poland Spectra_CS 
each time u turn ur aim somewhere else put ur mouse back on the middle of the mousepad instead of where it would have been if u didnt (more to the left/right of the mousepad) 400 x 3.08 cuz i dont copy pro settings Kappa //
2018-10-14 13:54
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Spain emCee_ 
with the crosshair. I try to target on the guy. Thats how.
2018-10-14 13:39
You only aim with wrist on low sens. For turning around you use arm.
2018-10-14 13:39
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Sweden MJeyy 
Not sure if im doing it correctly then. But when you mean turning with arm, do you specifically mean just sliding the mouse across left/right without lifting it? Or is that a part too in certain scenarios?
2018-10-14 13:40
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Serbia ravi0ll1 
yes, the wrist stays on the mousepad while youre using your arm, it just stays locked and you move with your arm, its simple
2018-10-14 13:42
Well you gotta lift it occasionally to reset your aim.
2018-10-14 13:45
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Serbia ravi0ll1 
just lift it slighty not to cause too much friction, it should stay glued to the mousepad at all times, you just move your arm
2018-10-14 13:57
Yeah sliding your arm to turn in the game 90 or 180 degrees, you don't need more. You usually turn around ingame with your arm movement and then lift your mouse and bring it back to its initial position and then continue.
2018-10-14 13:43
+1 Exactly what youve said
2018-10-14 13:54
just keep playing and enjoy the game you won't go pro anyway so what's the point ? don't invest training hard in a video game if you won't earn money from it
2018-10-14 13:39
#8
Sweden MJeyy 
Yeah well man I have like 3k hours in total, used to be decent id say, Started playing october last year again after a 2 year hiatus and I enjoy it but at the same time I think like you, whats the fucking point? Im wasting my time, this is a hard addiction to beat, especially since ive met alot of cool people both in the past & recently that I still play with. Mostly because I dont got a lot of friends outside the game.
2018-10-14 13:42
I played this game for 6271 hours in total because I just wanted to have fun and meet some cool people in game, I never was addicted to this game and if you are addicted then it could be hard for you and could ruin your life in the future if you won't stop.... just stop playing this game for a few weeks and do something interesting in your life, meet new people, get new hobbies etc. for example I started doing photography and it's very interesting and I can make money from it, better than playing cs and improving my aim
2018-10-14 13:46
I will soon order a drum set actually and hopefully with that I will spend more time with that. But yeah man, do you recommend me to remove all the people that I play cs with too? I wish I could just delete CSGO entirely from my steam.
2018-10-14 13:51
Of course not, you can play this game but not for too long and it's important that you are spending your time on other things aswell Try going outside and meet new friends in your area
2018-10-14 13:52
well how come u will earn money from a game if you are not training hard enough?
2018-10-14 13:42
1.0 sens @ 1600 DPI
2018-10-14 13:40
2.8 / 1200 DPI
2018-10-14 13:45
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Sweden freddyyyw 
With low sensitivity I would recommend not wide-peeking a whole lot. Focus more on clearing angle after angle and keeping your mouse centered, if that makes you more comfortable. So lift your mouse more often but shorter distances, instead of doing a complete 180 and lifting your mouse from the end of the mouse mat to the other side. If that makes sense.
2018-10-14 13:46
youre overthinking... dont look at how you move your arm/wrist play the game and muscle memory will be build.
2018-10-14 13:48
#16
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Germany Majorcasper 
with a mouse . Its uncommon but i do it
2018-10-14 13:48
0,92 @ 800 DPI For turning you have to use your arm and lift the mouse at times. Do fine aim and flicks with your wrist. How big is your mousepad? Mine is about 45 x 50 cm, and it's just enough.
2018-10-14 13:50
arrow keys. GE , faceit lvl 10.
2018-10-14 13:51
n0things got a video on just that topic if I remember correctly... youtube.com/watch?v=Oehx9OzB1Lc I learned I was the hybrid thing he talks about.. You just gotta own what makes you most comfortable and then adapt how you hold your mouse after that... Maybe go into paint and try to make straight lines sideways and then up n down and test different grips, placement of hand and fingers
2018-10-14 13:54
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Ukraine mpletop1 
I shoot at head ez
2018-10-14 13:54
1. Figure out a sense in which moments you have opportunity to reposition mouse to center of mousepad, so you don't get caught by enemy with mouse stuck to either side. 2.Don't rotate wrist, it isn't suited for that kind of movement. You'll ruin it. This s from where wrist problems comes from. Use thumb and pinky finger to move mouse around inside your grip. Then you'll be able to also aim properly instead of rotating aim around. 3. You need to master both arm and wrist movements to master aiming. You not beign accurate just means that you need to put in more practice. Visualize how you aim.
2018-10-14 13:57
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